AWR Application Note Highlights Unique Features in Analyst EM Simulator
for Chip-Module-Board Transitions
El Segundo, California – February 19, 2013
A new application note, “Using
Analyst™ To Quickly And Accurately Optimize A Chip-Module-Board Transition,”
highlights the unique features of AWR’s
finite element method (FEM) EM simulator by demonstrating the optimization
of the transition from a board-to-chip signal path. The example shows
how the ability to access Analyst seamlessly from within the Microwave
Ofﬁce® environment saves time by eliminating not only the need for the
design to be drawn and/or redrawn as is often associated with the use
of an EM point tool, but also by providing ready access to additional
and powerful features of a circuit design tool such as tuning and optimization.
The application note can be downloaded
from the AWR’s website at
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